Waterfront Wednesday to you all, my little gingersnaps! I'm back home from my San Diego getaway. Authors Holly Black and Cassandra Clare were so much fun! Especially the chemistry between them. Also, Kiersten White, the author of Paranormalcy attended, as well as Kami Garcia, co-author of Beautiful Creatures and Sarah Rees Brennan, author of The Demon's Covenant series. It was like an authorpalozza!
Brazil, long known for it's beautiful women is now having beauty pageants in their prisons. A convicted murder, Rebecca + 3 names I don't feel like typing out, won "Miss Jail 2011". Somehow I don't think she's going to DisneyWorld though.
Nick Cannon is starting to regret having "artistic" nude photos done of he and his wife Mariah Carey now that they are expecting twins. He intends to have these photos displayed in the house, noting that their children will see the photos and maybe think it's a little weird. Well, Nick, I agree with your soon-to-be born children. It's freaky deaky having to see your parents naked. One time when I was young, I walked in my parents' room and my dad was naked as a jaybird. Traumatized me for life. FOR. LIFE. Nick, for goodness sake, put those photos away!
Speaking of creepy nude situations, the nude 'Titanic' sketch of Kate Winslet was just auctioned off. While the sketch itself was lovely, the creepy factor comes from the fact that James Cameron was the one who did the actual sketch. I don't even want to know what went on during that sketch. *shudder*
Dear Leann Homewrecker Rimes, your new skinny figure is not attractive. Please refrain from telling everyone you're healthy because you're not. You're not fooling anyone. The only illusion of body fat you have on your body is made from silicone. Or possibly saline. Now please stop talking and eat a sandwich. Love, me.
And now it's time for... DAMN YOU AUTOCORRECT!!!!
Hey, WTF??!! If only this couple was wearing matching purple pants. Purple I can defend. Pink... not so much.
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And that's all the time I have for today. Little known fact: Calories don't exist on Wednesdays and holidays. So knock yourself out. But don't blame me if the dryer shrinks your clothes later. Stupid dryers. *whispers* they know! Until tomorrow then...
Dairy Queen started making Blizzards in 1985, but they’ve had the trademark for “Blizzard” since the '50s
Back then, a Blizzard was just a really thick milkshake, without the distinctive extra pieces that have come to define the dessert. Since 1985, “Blizzard” has specifically referred to a dessert with blended fruit, candy, nuts, or cookies inside. Without the candy, a Blizzard used to be called “concrete” because of it’s thickness, but they have since dropped that name. There are more than 75 Blizzard flavors, and in China they even have a green tea Blizzard.